Samsung Series 7 Chronos is drool-worthy
When it comes to notebooks, you know for sure that the more you fork out, the better the specifications and design would be. This particular rule of thumb does not apply only to a notebook or other pieces of consumer electronics, but across the board for just about anything else as well. Samsung’s latest Series 7 Chronos notebook is definitely worth looking at, where it comes encased in a premium compact and light aluminum chassis, coupled with Intel’s 3rd generation Core i7 and ExpressCache that makes this into a worthy desktop replacement for work purposes (not gaming, mind you).
It is said that Intel’s 3rd generation Core i7 Quad Core processor is capable of performing up to 25% faster than its former generation, while consuming 20% less battery. With the innovative ExpressCache technology developed by Diskeeper that offers 8GB of flash memory on the motherboard, this would translate to a far speedier start-up time in addition to increasing the notebook’s overall performance.
Apart from its exceptional speed, the Series 7 Chronos 17 will also not come up short when it comes to performance. Expect your eyes to appreciate the high-quality Full HD display that boasts of 300nit brightness and 1080p resolution, where Samsung’s MaxScreen technology ensures you will be able to enjoy up to an extra inch of immersive viewing without having to sacrifice mobility or portability.
Samsung’s engineering department has also managed to reduce the bezel size of the Series 7 Chronos 17 to make its 17.3” display fit into a profile that is normally reserved for 16” models, ending up with a stunning viewing experience.
You can also expect above average graphics thanks to the inclusion of the NVIDIA GeForce GT 650M 2GB graphics, allowing you to enjoy films, games and multimedia with faultless playback. Apart from that, your ears will also be pleased to hear what the JBL optimized speakers and a subwoofer are able to pump out, where enhanced low pitch with Bass Boost technology delivers the beat users have been craving. Any takers?